A noo boarder and lodger, sir, and looking fit and taut as a fiddle; slep' like a supercargo
, he did, right alongside of John--stem to stem we was, all night.
For he was not to remain a sailor, or a supercargo
, or whatever he was going to be.
As there is no motive for concealment, I am permitted to use them, and accordingly send you a transcript, simply omitting technical details of seamanship and supercargo
Morrel," said Dantes, observing the owner's impatience, "here is your supercargo
M'Kay should go in her as supercargo
, taking with him Mr.
You're the hoight av impidence, an' I'm persuaded ye'll corrupt our supercargo
in a week.
I saw him, with my mind's eye, on the schooner on which he worked, wearing nothing but a pair of dungarees; and at night, when the boat sailed along easily before a light breeze, and the sailors were gathered on the upper deck, while the captain and the supercargo
lolled in deck-chairs, smoking their pipes, I saw him dance with another lad, dance wildly, to the wheezy music of the concertina.
And as supercargo
, with my trifle invested in the adventure and my share in the gains, I commanded the captain.
He was his mother's supercargo, and his business was to comb all the Paumotus for the wealth of copra, shell, and pearls that they yielded up.
He was a young supercargo, it was his second voyage in such capacity, and he suffered much secret worry from his lack of experience in pricing pearls.
Then a time charter, Norfolk, Virginia, loading mysterious contraband coal and sailing for South Africa under orders of the mysterious German supercargo
put on board by the charterers.
Our ship was on a trading voyage, and had a supercargo
on board, who was to direct all her motions after she arrived at the Cape, only being limited to a certain number of days for stay, by charter-party, at the several ports she was to go to.